Itineraires Hotel

19 Rue Salvador Allende, Paris, Île-de-France, 92000, France | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Paris

Gay Paris!

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie


... the famous carousel and spent quite some time playing with my settings while Jason just chilled out watching the man making candy floss and drinking his beverages.

The next day was the last full day in Paris. We wanted to go and check out the catacombs, which has the bones of about 6 million people, however, we arrived there and the line already stretched right around the block. Literally! It wrapped around the whole thing, and they only let 10 people in every so ...

Vehr-Sigh (Versailles) a bit of a non- event

A travel blog entry by abi.latham


... expecting great things from Versailles as it is reported as the most spectacular of its style and one that many other palaces are modelled on, however I found it quite a let down and not as opulent and sparkly as Linderhof or Potsdam Summer Palace. It is very grand in its size, and for its time that said a lot about wealth. Most rooms have paintings on the ceilings but they seem very similar and the rooms are the same theme and colours except for the Queens ...

We're going to the chapel & we're already marr

A travel blog entry by rachelpotter


... out the dollar is so weak against the euro that even a sale of this magnitude can’t make up for it. But it was fun to look and Rachel tried on a few dresses and had the Paris department store experience. After a quick lunch we headed off to our first stop, the Sacre-Coeur, which is a very old church situated on one of the highest points in Paris. The views of the skyline and city were incredible. Alas, they did not allow cameras ...

Paris day 2

A travel blog entry by apopples


... most beautiful buildings I've ever seen.

This morning we went to the Science Museum which was fantastic - we spent two hours there but could have easily spent a day, the variety of interactive exhibits was incredible and the kids had a lot of fun. We then went into the heart of Paris, wandered under the Eifel Tower and decided the queue wasn't worth the climb and headed over to climb the Arc de Triomphe ...

Off to Paris! Ooh-la-la

A travel blog entry by redwatt


... lovely, including our guide and driver. Our driver, Didier, leaves us when we arrive in Paris, to have a few days break before his next tour.

After freshening up in our rooms we were taken to a lovely restaurant for dinner - Le Procope.
It was established in 1686 and previous diners have included Napoleon Bonaparte, Chopin, and Franklin d. Roosevelt. We had authentic French Onion Soup to begin, followed by a beautiful lamb ...


This 3 star hotel, located in the Louvre/Opera area of Paris, is near The Catacombs (Les Catacombes), Parc Montsouris, Rue d'Alesia, and Denfert.
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